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By definition, a condominium or condo is a building or complex of buildings containing a number of individually owned apartments or houses. As an alternative to a New York City hotel, consider renting a condo on your next vacation or holiday. The extra space and freedom will be well worth it.

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  • Lowest Price Studio in New York

    Lowest Price Studio in New

    Staten Island: Apartment
    • 1 BA
    • Sleeps 4
    • #209801
    $61 to $61 USD/night Paypal
    House located in the safest area of New York City, you don't need to worry day or night. This comfortable Studio offers an affordable price, compare before you book. New, renovated studio on 2nd floor with huge wood deck in a private house in the best area, private entrance, hard wood floor, E-Z access to everything, half block to bus stop to Manhattan and Ferry. Around 30 minutes from house to Manhattan by Express bus directly. We can pick up from airport or stations with separate cost. High speed WiFi and HDTV. Free parking for car. Notebook computer can borrow from host ( need cash deposit ) Hotel style no full kitchen have microwave oven and refrigerator.
  • Historic Center City Townhome  near Attractions Choose 1  Bedroom Or 3

    Historic Center City

    Manhattan: Apartment
    • 3 BDR
    • 2 BA
    • Sleeps 10
    • #226645
    $234 to $912 USD/night Credit Card
    *See and do more without wasting time on the subway or train* Open your door and Step outside and join all of the energy of NYC. Close your door and find a rare serene haven with a private walled garden, mature trees and birds. The apartment is in an especially nice, pretty and safe neighborhood. It is: *** 2 & 1/2 blocks to the subway *** 5 & 1/2 blocks to The Empire State Building *** 6 & 1/2 blocks to Macy's *** 6 blocks to Penn Station *** 1/2 block to Dover Market *** 14 blocks to Times Square *** 2 & 1/2 blocks to Fairway Grocery Store ***Surrounded by Restaurants You can get everywhere by the subway. Even more important is that we are in center city and you can walk to many places. If you don't feel like walking, you can take the bus. Two bus lines are on the corner, 3 bus lines are 1 & 1/2 blocks and 1 bus line is 4 blocks. The area is the perfect place to stay for sight seeing, theater, restaurants, clubs, cultural and sporting events, shopping and more. Chose a spacious 1-bedroom apartment or add on an adjacent 2-room suite The apartment sleeps 5 guests and the adjacent suite sleeps up to 5 additional guests. Inside your apartment you'll find the romance and charm of Old New York with exposed brick walls, wide plank floors, a fireplace and original oil paintings. The spacious living room has comfortable seating for 10. We also offer 3 fold out beds or a high quality air bed on legs if needed. A quaint 150 year old opaque glass wall separates the living room and bedroom. Pamper yourself with an excellent night's sleep and wake up refreshed in the queen size bed with quality linens and lots of extra pillows. There's plenty of room for all of your clothes and shopping sprees in a wall of custom fitted closets. The glamorous en suite marble bathroom has a small tub with rain shower. Have a bite to eat or a satisfying drink when ever you feel like it in a full kitchen with double door refrigerator/freezer with automatic ice maker, full stove with oven and full size dishwasher. The kitchen is nicely equipped. The dining area with cushioned window seat overlooks the peaceful garden. If you don't feel like cooking, just order in from the many nearby restaurants or have the grocery stores deliver. An adjacent 2-room 1/2 bath duplex suite is available as an add on. The small downstairs room is furnished as an bedroom/library and has a queen size bed. Private interior stairs lead from this room to a large upstairs bedroom with 2 twin size beds that can be made up into a King size bed if you prefer. A 1/2 bath is off of this room. We also can add 1 or 2 fold out ottoman beds for you. This is a no smoking apartment for your comfort. Smoking in the garden is always okay. The apartment is in a private 4 story townhouse. It is on the garden floor in the back and is exceptionally quiet, clean, safe and secure. The duplex suite is in the front of the building. We live in the apartment upstairs. The townhouse has a rich history with several famous people living here. Photos of the garden are in the Smithsonian Institute. Email us to send you the full history. We hope that you will stay here too.
  • Upper East Side Apartment

    Upper East Side Apartment

    New York City: Apartment in a complex
    • 1 BDR
    • 2 BA
    • Sleeps 6
    • #214070
    $450 to $450 USD/night Credit Card Paypal
    This is a 2 bd/2bth apartment in the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Four blocks from #6 subway station. Convenient base for exploring all the excitement and energy the city has to offer. It is not available all year round so please inquire as to availability. Prefer minimum 4 nights rental.

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Lunar New Year Parade & Festival/Chinese New Year (January/February) - Want to see a dragon dance? Then don't miss Chinatown's Lunar New Year Parade & Festival, one of the City's most beloved cultural celebrations. To ring in the Lunar New Year, dazzling dragon troupes wend their way through the streets of Chinatown. The family-friendly parade draws crowds of hundreds of thousands.

Westminster Dog Show (February) - Each year, dog fans flock to Madison Square Garden to find out which pooch will be designated Best in Show. Founded in 1877, the Westminster Kennel Club is America's oldest organization dedicated to the sport of purebred dogs.

Five Boro Bike Tour (May) - The best way to explore all of New York City in a day is on your own two wheels! The Five Boro Bike Tour is an annual tradition that attracts more than 30,000 cyclists of all ages. The ride is 42 miles long, but the terrain is mostly flat, so you don't have to be an expert cyclist to join.

Pride Week (June) - New York City is home to one of the world's most vibrant, thriving gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities.

Nathan's Famous Fourth of July Hot Dog Eating Contest (July) - With a combination of steely grit, limber swallowing abilities and highly expandable stomachs, competitors in the Nathan's Famous Fourth of July Hot Dog Eating Contest take on the NYC dogs to the delight of throngs of screaming fans every year.

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week (September) - This event promises yet another week of star-studded soirees showcasing the following spring's newest styles.

Village Halloween Parade (October) - Over the years it's become a massive party with wildly costumed characters, puppets, bands, dancers and about two million spectators. Don't let the crowd scare you off—this is a lively NYC tradition you won't want to miss.

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade (November) - School marching bands, celebrity guests and performers bring excitement to the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, but they take a backseat to the real stars of the show—the balloons. Every year, more than 2.5 million cheering spectators watch.

TCS New York City Marathon (November) - This is the big one—a sporting event that often proves to be as much a life-changing experience as a physical challenge. Like all marathons, the New York City race covers 26.2 miles from start to finish—but no other city offers competitors the sights, sounds and sheer excitement of the NYC Marathon's five-borough course.

Times Square New Year's Eve (December) - It wouldn't be New Year's Eve without watching the crystal ball drop in Times Square. Despite the typically frigid temperature, a million people gather for the world's most famous New Year's Eve party.

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AOL Travel: Top 10 Things to Do in New York
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10.) Take in the Customary Historical Landmarks
While every proud American should visit the historical significance of the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, the Empire State Building, The World Trade Center Memorial and the other national landmarks in New York, there are simply too many to detail on a list of ten.

9.) Join the Argument for Best Pizza.
One of the longest running debates is not only New York vs. Chicago pizza, but who actually has the best pizza in New York. Tons of New York restaurants serving homemade pizza offer up a voice in the debate. You simply can't take a trip to NYC without adding your input on the matter, and fortunately, there's no tastier debate!

8.) Take it to the Top of the Rock
The newly opened Top of the Rock Observation Deck on the 67th, 69th and 70th floors of 30 Rockefeller Plaza offers one of the most impressive views of one of the most impressive cities in the world. It's open until midnight for a romantic visage of the twinkling stars above mirroring the glittering lights from the city below.

7.) The Metropolitan Museum of Art
From the early 20th century portraits and sculptures to the steel mastery of Frank Stella, the Met is one of the foremost collections of fine art in the world. The museum is so expansive and visual; you should plan on spending an entire day here.

6.) Radio City Music Hall
Is there a more American theater than Radio City Music Hall? This timeless testament to entertainment has captivated visitors since the 1930s and no other dance troupe will ever hold the esteem in the hearts of Americans like the Rockettes.

5.) Madame Tussauds Wax Museum
Where else in the world can you have a picture taken with Britney Spears, President Bush and Jack Sparrow? This world-famous wax museum is one of the most visited spots in New York.

4.) Broadway
If you can make it here, you can make it anywhere. And without a doubt, you should try to make it to a Broadway show! This is the most famous theater district in the world. Either way, no trip to New York is complete without some singing and dancing.

3.) Times Square
It doesn't have to be New Year's Eve to enjoy Times Square in New York City. As the heartbeat of NYC, Times Square signifies everything that the city represents. The excitement, the glamour, the independent free-spiritedness and artistic qualities of New York are all on display in this timeless spot.

2.) Carnegie Hall
An entire trip can be dedicated to Carnegie Hall and its collection of delicious restaurants, its enticing gift shop and educational museum. As one of the premiere concert halls in the nation, Carnegie Hall is a national institution.

1.) Stroll through Central Park
Leave your New York hotel and enjoy a stroll or ride a bike through one of America's most famous parks. There are plenty of recreational activities and there's always something special going on in the park, the best part about Central Park is that it's free!
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